One classic and easy-to-do experiential remote viewing exercise is called an “outbounder,” or “beacon” experiment. Legendary remote viewing creator Ingo Swann originated the concept in 1971. At the time he was working with the American Society for Psychical Research, or ASPR, in New York City. “Why not send someone to an undisclosed location, then have the remote viewer try to perceive and describe their surroundings?” he wondered. He suggested the idea to the ASPR researchers, and they agreed to try it.
Conference attendees will be guided to remote view the hidden location of a person on the other side of an ocean. You will be in the conference room in New Orleans. There will be a beacon on the other side of an ocean (we’re not going to tell you which one!) at an undisclosed location. A facilitator will provide you some basic guidance. At the appointed time your mission will be to perceive and describe the location and setting of the beacon. After everyone is done, you will be shown feedback of the target location so you can compare what you got during your remote viewing with reality. If it’s like previous years, we expect many to do quite well.
RV Conference 2016
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